Dry needling improves clinical outcomes in patients with trigger finger
Effects of dry needling on tendon-pulley architecture, pain and hand function in patients with trigger finger: a randomized controlled trial studyJ Phys Ther Sci. 2019 Apr; 31(4): 295–298.
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58 patients with trigger finger were randomized to receive a single session of dry needling therapy or no intervention. Outcomes of interest included pain on a Visual Analog Scale (VAS), Disability of the Arm, Shoulder and Hand (DASH) score, pinch grip strength, A1 pulley thickness and tendon thickness. Follow up was performed 1 week after treatment. Results from this study revealed significant im...
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